A number of pregnant mysteries arise with the new remake of Robin Hardy's 1973 cult-remembered genre work—namely, what's in this kind of malarkey for gender combat provocateur Neil LaBute, and why was such a high-profile film tossed into theaters last Friday without letting critics see it first? The two simple answers are intertwined: While remaining faithful to some of fellow playwright Anthony Shaffer's original screenplay, LaBute has Americanized the scenario, and in doing so has poisoned its well with an old familiar misogyny. At the same time, LaBute is no... More >>>
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